Two Wins For Rebels On Day Three|
Feb. 22, 2013
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (UNLVRebels.com) -
Junior Katelyne Herrington became the first Rebel to win an event at this year's championships as she won the 100 fly in a NCAA 'B' time of 52.55. Her morning swim of 52.18 was both a new UNLV and Mountain West record, and was .07 seconds off an automatic 'A' time. She is the first Rebel to win a conference title in the 100 fly since Nicole Hunscher at the 1994 Big West Championships. Two more Rebels scored in the event, with senior Carmen Robb placing eighth in 54.76 and freshman Jessica Wong was 14th (55.91).
100 fly highlight video
The night started off with Dixon, Julia Fehervari, Herrington and Robb finishing fourth in the 200 free relay in a time of 1:31.74, second-fastest in UNLV history and just .14 seconds out of second place. Dannica Brennan followed with a 15th-place swim in the 400 IM (4:25.98).
Three Rebels scored in the 200 free, led by Jessica Heim's fifth-place swim of 1:48.41, while Fehervari was eighth in 1:50.85. Brittany Ozar added a 12th-place swim (1:49.98). The final Rebel to score on the night was Nakayla Chan in the 100 breast, placing 10th in 1:03.02.
The four-day meet concludes Saturday night.
2013 Mountain West Women's Swimming & Diving Championships
Friday, February 22
New UNLV and Mountain West Record Set
^ - NCAA 'A' Automatic Time